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‘The park has a small pond, over which brave children may slide on a zip wire’ – Children participated in city planning in Pupuhuhta

In March the children of the Kangasvuori daycare school participated in planning their own neighbourhood. They had been given the task of brainstorming the surroundings of Pupumuori, a large concrete statue, for example by writing, drawing, illustrating or even making scale models. The outputs will be utilized in the actual park planning.

The children became acquainted with the planning of the park in their own daily lives.

suburb programme
park planning
Lasten tekemä pienoismalli puistosuunnitelmasta

Income limits in early childhood education and care will be raised as of 1st of August 2021, client fees applying to many children are to be reduced

Adjustments to income limits laid down by the Act on Client Fees in Early Childhood Education and Care will enter into force on as of 1st of August 2021. At the meeting on the 28th of April 2021, the Education Committee of the City of Jyväskylä made a decision on the adjusted client fees based on this Act.

The income limits on which the client fees are based will be raised by 31%.

Savulahden päiväkodin leikkihuone leluineen

Nearly 150 people quarantined in connection with Kuokkala Comprehensive School – overall coronavirus situation in Jyväskylä still calm

Nearly 150 people have been ordered to quarantine from 4 and 5 April due to possible exposure to the coronavirus at Kuokkala Comprehensive School. The chain of transmission in question was uncovered during Easter. After an intensive tracing and calling operation the families of all pupils thought to have been exposed have now been reached. All those exposed will be directed to coronavirus testing.

Individual infections related to one chain of transmission were found simultaneously in several different classes of the Kuokkala Comprehensive Sch

Hoitaja suojavarusteissa valmistelee koronanäytteenottoa

City of Jyväskylä celebrates its 184th birthday with remote events

On 22 March 2021, the City of Jyväskylä celebrates its 184th birthday. The traditional events of the Jyväskylä Days will be held this year largely remotely due the coronavirus situation.

Jyväskylä was originally founded by an estate owner, Major Carl Christian Rosenbröijer.

Jyväskylä Days

Jyväskylä continues to fight coronavirus with current restrictions – upper secondary schools continue in contact teaching after skiing holidays

The number of coronavirus infections in Jyväskylä has remained moderate in recent weeks. In the current epidemic situation, no justification for further restrictions is seen.

The Emergency Management Team of the City of Jyväskylä reviewed the Government's recommendation on the additional restrictions.

Kaksi naista maskit kasvoillaan ostoskeskuksessa.

City of Jyväskylä waiting for more detailed instructions on how to implement the coronavirus restrictions – decisions on possible distance education in upper secondary schools will be made on Friday 5 March

In accordance with the Government's guidelines, the City of Jyväskylä is prepared to move to distance learning as of 8 March 2021.

In accordance with the Government's guidelines, upper secondary schools are proposed to be transferred to distance education for the period from 8

Koronavilkku-sovellus älypuhelimen ruudulla

The Covid-19 situation calming down in Jyväskylä - Sports restrictions for under 18 years old will be released and libraries and museums will be opened to the public from 15 February 2021

During this week a total of 47 coronavirus infections have been confirmed in Jyväskylä. Jyväskylä's incidence rate has also decreased. The need for hospital care has not increased significantly either. Approximately 80% of the origin of infections can be traced. Consequently, Jyväskylä has returned to the accelerating phase of the coronavirus.

The Emergency Management Team stated in its meeting today (12 February) that since the infection situation has calmed down, sports activities for u

Hoitaja laittaa koronanäytettä putkiloon.

Jyväskylä gives an extensive mask recommendation to its residents over the age of 15 for two weeks - masks must always be worn in all indoor public places as well as at public events.

The city also appeals to student organisations to further postpone student events. Jyväskylä recommends extensive use of face masks to all its residents over the age of 15 during the next two weeks. The reason is the growing number of Covid-19 infections in Jyväskylä and the estimate that an acceleration phase of the disease is underway in Jyväskylä.

During this week, there have already been 37 positive test results in the Jyväskylä health services (the situation on 24 September). The incidence

Naisella ja miehellä kasvomaskit linja-autossa.

Updated information on the coronavirus

Updated on 8 APRIL: The symptoms of the coronavirus (COVID-19) include fever, cough and shortness of breath. Most of those catching the virus have a normal respiratory inflection, or a cold. If you do not have severe symptoms, stay at home and rest.

It is important to prevent the virus from spreading to other people for whom the virus may be dangerous. The virus may be dangerous for old people in particular and for those with other lung and heart diseases.

What should I do if I get ill? 

If you have normal cold symptoms, such as cough or fever, stay at home and rest. 

Stetoskooppi, lääkelaukku ja purkki

Jyväskylä City Library and Finnish Schools on the Move want to get kids moving

A themed collection on the 2nd floor of the Main Library (Vapaudenkatu 39-41) of titles that provide inspiring information and tips on how to encourage children at schools and kindergartens to be more physically active.

The Jyväskylä City Library and the Finnish Schools on the Move initiative have together created a themed collection on the 2nd floor of the Main Li

capital of sport
school on the move
Liikkuva koulu teemahylly

Apply to children and young people’s basic art education by 15 May 2019

The basic art education curriculum, offered to all children and young people under the age of 18, covers architecture, fine art, music, drama and word art. Tuition is provided at sites across Jyväskylä, the exact location depends on the subject being taught and the attendees’ age.

The basic art education curriculum, offered to all children and young people under the age of 18, covers architecture, fine art, music, drama and w

basic education
Lapset taiteen perusopetuksessa